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Seahawk depth sensing drone

One of our projects is almost near completion. The Seahawk can autonomously fly and capture depth and temperature reading from bodies of water. It was initially developed to measure the depth of cow manure ponds, but it can obviously be used for more than just that. Soon you will be able to find it on our website. Here are some of its features:- Transducer Sensor - Depth Range- 1.6-328ft, 0.5-100m - Temperature Range- 14-104…See More
Jun 11
Aero Hawk replied to Sean Headrick's discussion Trying to incorporate a delay between landing and takeoff for water sensor application.
"Found the fix! turns out delay and condition delay don't do the same thing."
May 29
Aero Hawk replied to Sean Headrick's discussion Trying to incorporate a delay between landing and takeoff for water sensor application.
"Has this issue been fixed I'm having the same issue where the copter ignores the delay after it lands on water. Here is a video link: test flight and here is a pic of the mission commands"
May 25
Aero Hawk replied to Shian Lee's discussion Hexa unstable mid loiter
"Have you tried running an autotune? http://ardupilot.org/copter/docs/autotune.html"
Nov 30, 2017
Aero Hawk posted a blog post

Surveying with the Field Hawk

Just surveyed with the Field hawk @120m(394ft) above a 160 acre field using mission planner. Images taken with M2 CameraConditions: Temp:40F Wind Speed:5mph Starting voltage:17.4V End Voltage:15.1 Sidelap:36% Overlap:70% Flight Speed:9m/s Duration of flight:20 minutes. Distance of flight: 9.1KmCheck it out at Aero-HawkSee More
Nov 28, 2017
Aero Hawk replied to Joel's discussion Toilet Bowl effect in loiter even after calibration
"How close are your esc's to the pixhack or gps? Somethings that ussually helps is raising the gps on a mast, moving gps away from power wires and esc's, twisting the ground and power wires to reduce electromagnetic interference."
Nov 14, 2017
Aero Hawk replied to Philippe's discussion Does the PDB's ESC output current rating matter when choosing an ESC ?
"Yes, but if you have an esc that can draw a little more than what the PDB is reccomended for youll be fine worse case is the PDB will get a little warm. The esc doesnt pull its rated amps all the time the. the only time you can expect an esc to…"
Nov 13, 2017
Aero Hawk replied to Philippe's discussion Does the PDB's ESC output current rating matter when choosing an ESC ?
"The amperage rating on the Power distribution board PDB means how much amps can be drawn from it. On a PDB it basically means how much amps can flow through it. Amp ratings on an ESC means how much amps max it may draw to power the motor. "
Nov 13, 2017
Aero Hawk commented on Aero Hawk's blog post A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk
"Yes? The FieldHawk is running the latest version of Arducopter."
Nov 13, 2017
Auturgy commented on Aero Hawk's blog post A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk
"Arducopter?"
Nov 11, 2017
Philip Klassen commented on Aero Hawk's blog post A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk
"On a calm day it will fly 40 minutes if you are just counting minutes. We prefer to count acres because that is what we are using it for. It will fly 160 acres quite easily."
Nov 10, 2017
Dale Greer commented on Aero Hawk's blog post A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk
"Sounds like an Iris+. Flies 12-25 minutes?"
Nov 9, 2017
Aero Hawk commented on Aero Hawk's blog post A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk
"Thank you, and the plastic we use is nylon."
Nov 9, 2017

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Hugues commented on Aero Hawk's blog post A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk
"This is extremely light for the size, good job with the design. I'm surprised you can achieve such low weight using 3D printed parts that are much heavier than what you could achieve with nomex/carbon/balsa frames. What plastic do you use ?"
Nov 9, 2017
Aero Hawk commented on Aero Hawk's blog post A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk
"Thanks for pointing that out i will have the website updated shortly.  Field Hawk specs: 920kv motors, 10 inch propellers, 17x17 or 440mm frame, 5200mah 4s mah battery, 23cm height, and weight is 1200g with battery but without…"
Nov 7, 2017

MR60
Hugues commented on Aero Hawk's blog post A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk
"What are the technical specs of the drone ? (not indicated on your web site either) such info as motors, propeller size, battery model/size, etc Also the indicated weight of 12lb seems excessive in comparison of the overall dimension of…"
Nov 7, 2017

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I am a company focusing its resources to help farmers and the agricultural community as a whole with the development of drones, camera images, and its software.
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Seahawk depth sensing drone

Posted on June 11, 2018 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

One of our projects is almost near completion. The Seahawk can autonomously fly and capture depth and temperature reading from bodies of water. It was initially developed to measure the depth of cow manure ponds, but it can obviously be used for more than just that. Soon you will be able to find it on our website. Here are some of its features:

- Transducer Sensor

- Depth Range- 1.6-328ft,…

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Surveying with the Field Hawk

Posted on November 28, 2017 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

Just surveyed with the Field hawk @120m(394ft) above a 160 acre field using mission planner. Images taken with M2 Camera

Conditions: Temp:40F Wind Speed:5mph Starting voltage:17.4V End Voltage:15.1 Sidelap:36% Overlap:70% Flight Speed:9m/s Duration of flight:20 minutes. Distance of flight: 9.1Km

Check it out at …

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A Drone by Aero-hawk so cleverly named the Field Hawk

Posted on November 6, 2017 at 2:54pm 8 Comments



Aero-Hawk  announces the arrival of Field Hawk. A new to the market Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. With the Field Hawk Farmers get a drone capable of providing useful information using Wavelength Specific Filters to Notice Chlorophyll…

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